Table of contents for Missing the revolution : Darwinism for social scientists / edited by Jerome H. Barkow.

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MISSING THE REVOLUTION: DARWINISM FOR SOCIAL SCIENTISTS
Sometimes the bus does wait (Editor's Introduction)
.Jerome H. Barkow, Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology, Dalhousie University
Part I: Gender
Feminism and Evolutionary Psychology
Anne Campbell, Durham University
The Male Flash of Anger: Violent Response to Transgression as an Example of 
the Intersection of Evolved Psychology and Culture
Daniel M.T. Fessler, Department of Anthropology, UCLA 
Part II: Controversies
Evolutionary Explanation: Between Science and Values
Ullica Segerstråle, Department of Social Sciences, Illinois Institute of Technology
Making Hay out of Straw? Real and Imagined Controversies in Evolutionary Psychology
Robert Kurzban and Martie G. Haselton, University of California, Los Angeles 
Part III: Human and nonhuman primates
The Development of Human Behavioral Ecology
Lee Cronk, Department of Anthropology, Rutgers University 
The Impact of Primatology on the Study of Human Society
Lars Rodseth, Department of Anthropology, University of Utah, and Shannon A. Novak, Department of Anthropology, Idaho State University 
Part IV: Sociology and criminology
Evolutionary Psychology and Criminal Behavior
Anthony Walsh, Department of Criminal Justice Administration, Boise State University 
Evolution, Agency, and Sociology
Bernd Baldus, Department of Sociology, University of Toronto 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Evolutionary psychology.